Discussion in 'Batman World' started by Thread Manager, Mar 25, 2013.
Ra's al Ghul, no question, with Mr. Freeze at a close second.
Mr. Freeze with Harley close behind.
Harley was cool too; I enjoyed her more than Joker.
I have a few favs. Joker, Ra's, Two Face, Clayface, Ventriloquist and Scarface, Mr. Freeze and Penguin.
I can't wait for Beyond and Justice League to hit Netflix. I'm addicted to the DCAU now
My favourite villains from the series
2. The Joker
3. Poison Ivy
5. Ra's/Talia Al Ghul
6. Harley Quinn
7. The Riddler
8. Mr Freeze
9. The Penguin
13. The Mad Hatter
14, Man Bat
15. Red Claw
16. Kyodai Ken (not a Batman villain but he's a villian for Bruce Wayne. I would love to see him back in any Bat media.)
17. Dr Hugo Strange
18. Clock King
19. The Ventriloquist & Scarface
20. Lock up
21. Baby Doll.
23. Roxy Rocket
Two-Face you ranked Tygrus twice.
I actually think Clock King is pretty underrated.
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Continuing with my BTAS/TNBA gifs, Episode: Beware the Gray Ghost
Batman: "The Grey Ghost was my hero."
Simon Trent: "So wasn't all for nothing."
One of my all time favorite episodes
Adam West playing an aging typecast popular TV hero character actor. Genius casting.
Aw yeah, one of the best. Just did a review of that episode myself. Check it out:
BTAS - Beware the Gray Ghost review
I loved the end where he reveals his identity to Simon.
I like when Batman tells Ghost "Try the green switch!" Like Batman could totally push it himself, but he generously lets his hero have the satisfaction of saving their asses.
Great review. Very thorough.
Yeah DawnWarrior, just checked out a couple of your BTAS reviews and they're very well done.
Thanks guys. Always appreciate it.
Great review Dawn Warrior...
That was always one of my favourite episodes. It's a shame it has some funky animation.
isn't that the episode where the Batmobile is like rubber and bends along with the road?
I'm pretty sure the Grey Ghost theme was composed by Carl Swander Johnson, not Shirley Walker. Nice review, though.
yep. when I was making the gifs I saw that scene again and wondered what Japanese studio made that episode.
Suprisingly... It was Spectrum Animation.
I'm assuming it was one of their B-teams or they got a little help and outsourced. Usually they were stellar.
It was. Studio Dust handled this episode (and only this episode), I think because Spectrum was coming up short or was overworked. It was a last-minute gig, so Spectrum is still credited.
Bendy Batmobiles not withstanding, they did a good job with all the explosions in the show.
What's the episode where Alfred tells someone he's Batman?
If memory serves, it's in the flashback part of "Old Wounds" when he sees Barbara in the cave for the first time.